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Austintown youth football program falls victim to vandalism

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio - An Austintown youth football and cheerleading program continues to be a target for vandalism.

Volunteers tell 21 News that the concession trailers located in College Park practice field have been broken into.

This is the third time they've been vandalized; taking candy and medical bags and dumping over portable toilets.

Damages are estimated at about $1,000. That money was to be used to renovate the field.

A $200 dollar reward is being offered for information leading to a suspect.

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